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Joel Slattery

Joel Slattery
Sub-editor at Pundit Arena. Bad at predictions, Joel was also slightly uncomfortable writing this bio in the third person. Twitter: @JoelSlattery

Report: Former Dublin U-21 Star To Link Up With Donegal Panel

The Dublin football legend is set to join up with the Donegal senior footballers, according to a report in the Donegal News. Nathan Mullins, son of Brian, is set to join with Declan Bonnar’s Tir Conaill men having represented both Dublin and Donegal at u-21 level. Despite being born and currently living in the north-west, Mullins plays with St Vincents and …

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Former Limerick Dual Star Announces Retirement From Inter-County Game

Earlier this week, former Limerick hurling captain Gavin O’Mahony announced his retirement from the inter-county game and now, a second former skipper has joined him. 2017 hurling captain and former Limerick footballer James Ryan has this Friday announced that he has retired from the inter-county game. Having sat out the early stages of the 2017 season, Ryan was handed the …

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WATCH LIVE: Barbarians Vs Munster Women & Barbarians Vs Tonga

Friday sees history being made as the first ever Barbarians women’s match takes place at Thomond Park, where the Baa-Baas will take on Munster Women.  That match kicks off at 4.45pm, but coverage starts live on PunditArena.com at 4.30pm. Following this, the Baa-Baas men’s team will take on Tonga. Coverage starts at 7.15pm and kick-off in Limerick is at 7.30pm. …

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Four Of The Last Five All-Ireland Champions Involved In An Epic Weekend Of Club Football

It is that time of year where the best of the best compete in the club championships to determine who will win their provincial title and go through to the All-Ireland series. Connacht, Ulster and Munster all have their semi-finals this weekend while all four Leinster quarter-finals take place on Sunday. In the bid to become All-Ireland champions, 20 teams …

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Opinion: Na Piarsaigh The Team To Beat After Sensational Rockies Rout

After beating rivals Kilmallock comfortably in the Limerick SHC final, Na Piarsaigh were installed as favourites to win the All-Ireland club title – and repeat the success of 2015. A Munster semi-final date with Blackrock awaited them at the Gaelic Grounds, despite the Rockies losing the Cork final. The fact that the loss came against divisional side Imokilly, the famous …

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